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Kingston Whig, ON: Lyme disease controversy

[CanLyme note: Dr. Gerald Evans’ comments in the article linked below are a great example of why patients Canada-wide are so disgusted with Infectious Disease doctors. Lyme disease patients are doctors, lawyers, microbiologists, engineers, labourers, truckers, plumbers, house wives and husbands, and children. He paints us as being naive, incapable of making sound health care judgments based upon our own interpretation Continues →

Patient only gets his life back after longer term antibiotic intervention, and another begins the treatment – watch their stories

‘You don’t have Lyme’, or, ‘those rogue doctors are going to harm you with those horrible antibiotics’, these are statements made by doctors frequently to patients who either have the positive test for Lyme disease or have all the clinical symptoms of the disease. The medical community is under-educated, overly misinformed intentionally by the medical bureaucracy, and fearful of treating Continues →

Psychiatric guidelines under attack – driven by drug companies

OUR POLITICIANS CAN STOP THIS NONSENSE IF SO MOTIVATED AND NOT DOING THE DRUG COMPANY’S BIDDING. DEMAND THE VICTIM’S EXPERTS, APPOINTED BY THE VICTIMS, BE THE ULTIMATE APPROVAL BODY OF ANY HEALTH RELATED GUIDELINES FOR ANY CONDITION, ILLNESS, OR DISEASE.  ALL EVIDENCE BASED, PEER REVIEWED SCIENCE MUST BE LOOKED AT, NOT ONLY THAT WHICH IS DESIGNED FOR A PURPOSE AND USED Continues →

Lyme disease treatment stopped suddenly

Patient says her privacy breached An Emerson woman is raising privacy concerns after she said her doctor was ordered by a rural regional health authority to stop treating her with intravenous antibiotics for Lyme disease. Elizabeth Wood, who contracted the disease in the late 1980s and still suffers from its effects, said her Altona doctor was told this week to Continues →